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Summary: Roger seeks a kindness from Jocasta. Jocasta shocks Roger and she gets a piece of his mind. The Gathering is drawing to a close. Claire’s guts are griping. Germaine sings a tune. The mobcap dies an ugly death. Jamie consoles Claire. Jamie has a plan for the Ridge. A deal is struck. Himself is in demand.
Setting: Mt. Helicon, NC, Late October 1770 with cool, grey, and wet weather.
Chapter 11 Pride
Chapter 12 Virtue
- Joseph Wemyss
- The importance of family as deduced by Roger after his encounter with Iain Mhor.
- Roger’s incorrect at believing the Regulators had not made it into the history books.
- Roger’s internal conflict about the Cameron wealth versus the Findlay family’s lack thereof. His request for Jocasta to help the family felt like the work of the Reverend. Canny Jocasta hatches a plan that won’t hurt the Joan Findlay’s pride.
- The private conversation between Roger and Jocasta.
- Claire’s ponderings.
- Claire’s interaction with Marsali, Germaine, and the teakettle.
- Jamie returning to camp with the priest.
- Jamie and Claire by the pool.
- Jamie and Claire discussing the militia and the Ridge.
- Josiah Beardsley and the deal.
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